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Definition of "disdained" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of disdain. (verb)

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Use "disdained" in a sentence
  • "Fordham was bewildered why he was included in a list of broadcasters Hadley "disdained" in a weekend interview, especially as Fordham is an A Current Affair journalist and not a fulltime radio host."
  • "Fordham was bewildered why he was included in a list of broadcasters Hadley "disdained" in a weekend interview with The Sunday Telegraph, especially as Fordham is an A Current Affair journalist and not a fulltime radio host."
  • "Women over 40 had been "disdained" by Hollywood boardrooms in the past, she said."